Hi Novell

I am unable to login with the user's who's login shell is
'/usr/bin/cpcksh'.
When i logged in from riz who's loggin shell is '/usr/bin/cpcksh' from
the command line its ok there is no problem with that.
like when i logged in from the su command.

[root@Prum Desktop]# su - riz
path default all:log
path /data/private/** !all:log=9

[riz@Prum ~]$ cd /data
[riz@Prum data]$ ls
ls: cannot access private: Permission denied
private
[riz@Prum data]$

But i am unable to login with the user who's login shell is
'/usr/bin/cpcksh' from the login window
for example,
Go to system->log out root->log out
and then try to login from login window with the user who's login shell
is '/usr/bin/cpcksh'
i am unable to login from there.

Thu Feb 14 18:20:22 2013, 508, 1742722816, 2627, Info, cmdctrl request
denied for 'cpcksh -c gnome-session' from riz@prum
Thu Feb 14 18:20:22 2013, 522, 1742722816, 2627, Info, cmdctrl checkAuth
clientrum rc:0 status:0 (15ms)

I found these two lines from the unifid.log file. When i was try to
login from the login window.

I have some question sorry for the inconvenience as i am the beginner
user of that product.

1. Is there any rule required to login from the login window. ?
2. I have tried these things using the user who's login shell is
'/usr/bin/pcksh' with the same way as i try with cpcksh login shell but
i cant achieve this through pcksh login shell ?
3. If it is possible with pcksh login shell then what will be the
command for pcksh login shell ?

Thanks in advance
Best Regards
Rizwan Ahmed


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